College Debt Bubble and Training for Employment

May 10th, 2014
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With college debt outstanding now well over $1 trillion and a high percentage (some say up to 40% delinquent) there is clearly a credit bubble. The amount of college debt outstanding is up more than ten-fold in the last twelve years. While college graduates have better statistics on unemployment than those with less education, many recent college graduates have had difficulty finding employment.

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This Chart of the Week involves a discussion of possible changes to improve the employment prospects of graduates. This would also have a positive impact on reducing the college debt overhang through higher rates of repayment.

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